Home / Joan Cornellà. 15 Mesmerizing Mosque Ceilings That Appear To Be Influenced... [Image] | 15 Mesmerizing Mosque Ceilings That Appear To Be Influenced By Psychedelia The Islamic Mosques of Iran are known not only for their sacred significance, but for their breathtaking architectural designs.
With geometric patterns and an astonishing use of color, these spiritual locations are among the most beautiful creations of man. The beauty of these mosques is captivating inside and out, but it is the mesmerizing detail in the ceilings of these exquisite sanctuaries that will truly amaze you. Even more interesting is the visionary quality to each of these gigantic works of art. Reminiscent of the brightly colored, kaleidoscopic effect that many report from intense spiritual or psychedelic experiences, it beckons the question.. Fatima Masumeh Shrine, Qom, Iran Sheikh Lotf Allah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque, Shiraz, Iran Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
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Update 2 i ordered the book and it arrived. it is gigantic in size, thick and large. print, paper and binding quality is superb. they also insert a booklet - decodex, but it is in italian and i have not mastered that one yet. Psychedelic Space Station Concepts from the 70s Will Blow Your Mind. 100+ Clean, Simple and Minimalist Website Designs. Minimalism has been a popular website design style for years.
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